Molechecks is open and running as usual. Skin screening is an essential part of staying healthy.
We provide an excellent service aimed at diagnosing skin cancer early, in order to save lives. On average we diagnose a melanoma a week.
COVID-19 needs to be taken seriously, and we have every precaution in place for the safest medical environment for our patients.
If you are now working from home or have reduced hours now is your chance to book an appointment with Molechecks Australia.
SA Health is encouraging important health businesses to stay open throughout this crisis to continue to offer our valuable health services.
The health and safety of all our patients and staff remains a priority. We are being super vigilant in following all of the SA Health protocols. We are screening all patients as they enter our clinic, hand hygiene protocols, social distancing and continual hospital grade cleaning of our rooms and equipment.
Please contact us if you are experiencing any Covid symptoms (fever/chills, cough, sore throat, runny nose, shortness of breath or loss of taste/smell), to reschedule your appointment.
South Australia (08) 8277 6457 Queensland (07) 5613 1833
Our Molechecks system is the world’s most thorough skin cancer and melanoma screening program.
We have been leading the way in comprehensive skin screenings since 1997
At Molechecks Australia our highly trained Doctors and Melanographers use the latest technologies to significantly increase early detection, diagnosis, and treatment of melanoma and other skin cancers.
We have diagnosed over 700 melanomas in recent years – most of them at a very early stage.
If you have a mole which is
Then you need this to be assessed as soon as possible. Please book in at your earliest convenience for a screening appointment.
If you notice a mole – get it checked.
South Australian appointments:
We have been leading the way since 1997. We have an outstanding melanoma diagnosis rate with over 700 melanomas diagnosed in recent years – most of them at a very early stage.
Thousands of basal and squamous cell cancers (more common than melanoma) have also been diagnosed.
Our highly trained Doctors and Melanographers use:
Whole Body Photography
Dermoscopy is the technology that lets us look through the skin to its structures, allowing us to clearly diagnose moles.
You can see what is not possible to see with the naked eye. Using dermoscopy the diagnosis rate for melanomas increases from 40-50% to over 90%.